Most recently published stories in Psyche.
Anxiety is a big problem for many people these days. Many folks feel worried and restless like something terrible might happen soon. It can even make you start to panic! Anxiety comes from different things, such as how your brain works or stressful events in your life. Some symptoms include feeling jittery, having trouble breathing, sweating more than usual, and being unable to focus on what's important right now.
Stories We Tell Ourselves
Some stories take more time than others. They are harder to tell. Neither chronological or epistolic. Proleptical or analeptical. They are the foundation on which the narrative is built. The truth behind the lie.
To Managing Hypertension
Scientists at Weill Cornell Medicine exploring the intricate relationship between hypertension and dementia have brought to light a potential culprit:
- Top Story - December 2023
A Flock of Questions
It always occurred when least expected. As the moon stalked me home on late car rides. When I sat under my favorite tree contemplating the cracks in the ground caused by the months of drought. While I bent down to tie my shoe.
Unlocking Cognitive Potential
The Cleveland Clinic highlights the inherent adaptability of the brain, emphasizing that heightened learning significantly contributes to its remarkable flexibility. As individuals engage in learning experiences, the brain undergoes adaptive processes, allowing it to efficiently process new information and adjust to varying cognitive demands. This adaptability is a fundamental aspect of the brain's dynamic nature, enabling it to continuously evolve and respond to intellectual challenges. The clinic's insights underscore the profound connection between ongoing learning activities and the brain's capacity to remain agile, reinforcing the importance of continuous cognitive stimulation for overall cognitive well-being and functionality.
Overcoming The Fear Of Losing A Partner: 5 Useful Tips
When we love someone, if we feel they might not love us as much, that they are attracted to someone else, or they seem distant and detached, it can lead to many anxieties as to how to keep the love intact. It is natural to wonder why a date or partner might be behaving that way, and whether you might lose them. But the first thing to do is to understand why you feel like that, and then take any remedial steps you believe might apply in your specific case, because every situation is likely to be different.
The Anxiety in life and work of Goya
An angry twelve-year-old girl stops by a Goya painting at a museum while waiting for her mother to return from the toilet. A guard walks over to her and starts to talk ...
The Sociopathic Spectrum
In the labyrinth of human psychology, sociopathy is often shrouded in darkness, regarded as a blight on the fabric of society. However this narrow viewpoint fails to acknowledge the full spectrum of what it means to be a sociopath. This essay seeks to illuminate the less-explored side of sociopathy, showcasing how certain individuals, past and present, have transformed this trait into a superhuman advantage. By examining the lives of renowned figures who exhibited sociopathic characteristics, we aim to unveil a different narrative: one where sociopathy becomes a unique strength, rather than an inherent flaw.
The Intricate Tapestry of Sociopathy and Psychopathy
In the intricate web of human psychology, the concepts of sociopathy and psychopathy often evoke a sense of intrigue and mystery. These terms, frequently used interchangeably, actually describe two distinct psychological conditions, each with its own unique set of characteristics, origins, and manifestations. Both fall under the broader category of Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD), a condition marked by a pervasive pattern of disregard for the rights and feelings of others. However it is crucial to note that within these definitions, there are always exceptions, underscoring the complexity and individual variability inherent in psychological diagnoses.
Your brain is one of your most important organs, home to billions of neurons. It's your body's mission control, and as you go through life, your body changes radically. Inside your head, your most complex organ is constantly transforming too.
Beyond the Shadows: Reimagining Depression in the Light of Oppression and Perception
In the realm of mental health, depression stands as a widely recognized and clinically significant condition. However, there's a compelling argument to be made that what is often diagnosed as depression might, in some cases, more accurately reflect a response to oppression, intricately shaped by personal perception. This exploration delves into the nuances of these concepts, seeking to provide a deeper understanding of their interplay and impact on individual well-being.
Do you feel insomnia at night?Avoid these foods before bed
Meeting the internationally recommended hours of sleep is one of the most common challenges, as figures indicate that 45% of adults in Australia and the United States do not get enough sleep. Enough sleep.